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's not that implausible when you think about new jersey's republican party. to be honest, if chris christie took him under his wing, he might actually have a chance. the only kind of conservative ideas he has really come on national security issues and debt and deficit, apparently. but new jersey's republican party is much different. think scott brown, massachusetts, to some extent. he might be able to win in new jersey, but certainly doesn't fit in in the u.s. senate. but maybe the first senator to have a chair thrown at him on the floor because the climate relationships are going in that direction, howie. >> what is it -- >> he's a great guy, by the way. i love geraldo. >> i like him on his radio show. is he a plausible politician? on that point, what it with talk show hosts because he's hardly the first one who have pretty successful careers and then they get the bug and muse on the air about wanting to run for high, political office? >> i think that they see, you know, how easy it is and how doing a talk show. you show up, you recite talking points and you yell at your colleagues and the audience and
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